About Mickayla Miller
With movie theaters reopening, concerts beginning to be rescheduled and theaters welcoming nearly full crowds, it's hard to remember that just a few months ago, we were all hunkering down and social distancing because of a pandemic.
It’s warm in Lancaster County, which means it’s the optimal time to adorn yourself with a wide-brimmed hat, shorts and your favorite sandals. And with the pandemic restrictions being lifted, most restaurants and bars are open for indoor and outdoor dining.
From its rolling farmlands to its ornately crafted architecture to its downtown skyline — there's a lot of beauty in Lancaster County.
June's full moon, known as the strawberry moon, will be the third and final supermoon of 2021.
June is LGBT Pride Month, a month dedicated to celebrating queer and transgender people in the United States.
June doesn't have many big astronomical events this year, but it will boast a partial solar eclipse, the summer solstice and the full strawberry supermoon.
I was my mom's greatest love, but depending on the day — and, maybe how much I got on her nerves — cooking was a close second.
May is a good month for astronomy lovers — it will feature events from a meteor shower to a supermoon.
Huber's West End Market in Lancaster city will be changing hands at the end of the month, marking the end of a run for the three-generation family owned business.
The full pink supermoon will be at its biggest and brightest tonight, though there's a catch — it won't actually look pink.
This time last year, Jazmine Rivera didn’t know she would be a cook, let alone own her own takeout business.
The meteor shower known to break the "drought" of astronomical events from January to April will be at its peak early Thursday morning.